Oxford, United Kingdom
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  • Jurys Inn Oxford

    Jurys Inn Oxford

    4-star

    Jericho2.6 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very Good1,033 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Jurys Inn Oxford
  • Malmaison Oxford

    Malmaison Oxford

    4-star

    Oxford City Centre0.2 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very Good676 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Malmaison Oxford
  • Ramada by Wyndham Oxford

    Ramada by Wyndham Oxford

    3-star

    Oxford City Centre7 miles to city centre

    Guest rating7.0.Good432 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Ramada by Wyndham Oxford
  • Hampton by Hilton Oxford

    Hampton by Hilton Oxford

    3-star

    Oxford City Centre3.2 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous405 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Hampton by Hilton Oxford
  • voco Oxford Spires, an IHG Hotel

    voco Oxford Spires, an IHG Hotel

    4-star

    Oxford City Centre0.9 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous310 Hotels.com guest reviews
    voco Oxford Spires, an IHG Hotel
  • Holiday Inn Express Oxford-Kassam Stadium

    Holiday Inn Express Oxford-Kassam Stadium

    3-star

    Oxford City Centre3.4 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very Good262 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Holiday Inn Express Oxford-Kassam Stadium
  • Bear and Ragged Staff

    Bear and Ragged Staff

    4-star

    Jericho3.6 miles to city centre

    Guest rating9.4.Exceptional122 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Bear and Ragged Staff
  • The Randolph Hotel, by Graduate Hotels

    The Randolph Hotel, by Graduate Hotels

    5-star

    Oxford City Centre0.2 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.2.Very Good607 Hotels.com guest reviews
    The Randolph Hotel, by Graduate Hotels
  • voco Oxford Thames Hotel , an IHG Hotel

    voco Oxford Thames Hotel , an IHG Hotel

    4-star

    Oxford City Centre3.3 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous174 Hotels.com guest reviews
    voco Oxford Thames Hotel , an IHG Hotel
  • Best Western Plus Oxford Linton Lodge Hotel

    Best Western Plus Oxford Linton Lodge Hotel

    3-star

    Jericho1.2 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous169 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Best Western Plus Oxford Linton Lodge Hotel
  • The Oxford Townhouse

    The Oxford Townhouse

    3-star

    Oxford City Centre0.7 miles to city centre

    Guest rating9.6.Exceptional201 Hotels.com guest reviews
    The Oxford Townhouse
  • Remont Oxford Hotel

    Remont Oxford Hotel

    4-star

    Jericho2.3 miles to city centre

    Guest rating9.0.Superb306 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Remont Oxford Hotel
  • George Street Hotel

    George Street Hotel

    3.5-star

    Oxford City Centre0.1 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very Good221 Hotels.com guest reviews
    George Street Hotel
  • Courtyard by Marriott Oxford City Centre

    Courtyard by Marriott Oxford City Centre

    4-star

    Oxford City Centre0.3 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous234 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Courtyard by Marriott Oxford City Centre
  • Cotswold Lodge Hotel

    Cotswold Lodge Hotel

    4-star

    Jericho0.9 miles to city centre

    Guest rating8.8.Fabulous221 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Cotswold Lodge Hotel
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Find out more about Oxford

Oxford is a city of ornate, gothic, and medieval architecture, as well as being one of the oldest seats of learning on the planet. The world-renowned University dominates the area, with its arches, quads, colleges, bridges, and towers creating the eye-catching character of this bustling city. It’s not just about expanding your grey matter, however, with covered markets, a modern shopping center and, of course, the flowing Cherwell and Isis where you can test out your punting prowess.

Things to see

The oldest of the Oxford colleges, University College was founded by William of Durham, who died in 1249, and even its New Building is over 170 years old. With famous alumni including Bill Clinton and Stephen Hawking, it’s been at the center of global affairs for centuries. If you want to visit its wisteria-filled gardens, you’ll need to arrange permission in advance. If you’re feeling bookish, the Bodleian Library holds over 11 million printed items, and, despite being in continual use since 1602, has kept up with the times to remain one of the world’s finest learning resources. After all that swotting up, you might need to clear your head with some fresh air – in which case a picnic on Christ Church Meadow, which borders the river, could be an ideal way of spending an afternoon. The herd of Longhorn cattle who call it home can find their own lunch…

Hotels in Oxford

As many visitors will be looking to escape into England’s past, some of the most popular Oxford hotels cater to this family-friendly rural ideal, with country manors and luxurious lodges doing a roaring trade. Able to hark back to a golden age, these upmarket, historic hotels are stocked with modern conveniences, from WiFi to flat-screen televisions, and all only a few minutes’ walk away from the city center. If you’re looking for a more romantic stay there are plenty cosy candle-lit spa options. Likewise a number of budget hotels and guesthouses are available, usually further from the colleges of Oxford.

Where to stay

Oxford is a compact city, so you’ll most likely be staying close to the center, although hotels in the heart of Oxford during summer months book up quickly. If you’re planning a family trip, you may want to look into the guesthouses and lodges within easy walking distance in the leafy, chiefly residential areas of the city. For a real slice of country living, you might decide you want to opt for one of the country house hotels in Iffley, which has a village feel and is possibly the quietest of the neighborhoods in Oxford, so ideal for romantic getaways.

How to get to

Most visitors to Oxford will arrive at Oxford Central Station, which is a 1 hour train ride from London’s Paddington, and within about 20 minutes’ walking distance from the city center. Regular buses run from London, with the Oxford Tube being the most popular, and a slightly cheaper alternative to the train. Once in Oxford, you’ll notice many people choose to get around by bike, with reasonably priced bike hire available. It’s not a city geared up for motorists, but the combination of its easy-to-walk size and the central location of most of its attractions means you won’t miss your wheels.

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